Published in Cardiovascular Business Week, February 1st, 2005
The "intelligence" built into the system gives new capability in quantifying cardiac function that should lead to much more precise choices in therapy.
The device, made by Phillips and called the iE33, also enables cardiologists to map out abnormalities of a heart for pre-surgical planning and monitoring the heart after a surgery. The system also measures...
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